Coronavirus: Early years sector snubbed by Government in catch-up funding plan


Early years organisations have slammed their omission from sharing any of the £1bn funding package that schools will receive as part of a catch-up plan for children who have fallen behind from missing education in lockdown.

Nurseries, pre-schools and childminders are not included in the Government's £1 bn 'catch-up' funding plan
Nurseries, pre-schools and childminders are not included in the Government's £1 bn 'catch-up' funding plan

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